Dividend Income Report - Kalkine Low to Medium Risk Products

Dividend Income Report

Kalkine’ Dividend Income Report, covers companies that are rewarding their shareholders through dividend distribution. The report aims to highlight the dividend payment frequency.

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    27 Sep 2018

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Dividend Income Report

  • Stocks with a history of dividend growth are less prone to significant shifts in the market, which may act as a hedge against economic uncertainty and market volatility.

  • Dividend-paying stocks have a sustainable business model, a long track of profitability, growing cash flows, decent balance sheet and some value attributes.

  • Appropriate valuation methodology is applied to provide a holistic view of the company
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Key Reasons to consider

A wholistic View

Dividend Income Report provides a holistic view of the quality of dividends paid by the company along with possible tracking of the dividends' growth rate over time.


Franking is important while evaluating companies based on dividend income. Franking credits eliminate the impact of double taxation on dividends and provide extra incentives to the shareholders.

Track Record of Fundamental

Revenue, margins, returns, and macroeconomic sentiments are carefully evaluated while considering dividend stocks.

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How often are dividends paid on stocks?

Dividends are usually cash payments, often drawn from earnings, paid to the shareholders annually or quarterly.

How are dividends taxed?

Dividends can be ordinary or qualified. Ordinary dividends are taxable as ordinary income, and qualified dividends are taxed at lower capital gain rates.

Factors that Impact the Dividend Decisions?

Factors influencing dividend decisions are growth and profitability, liquidity, managerial control, legal constraints, etc.

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